10 years ago
Much better.Easier to keep track now
- Search for user is case-insensitive
- Friends features was changed to show friends (i.e. mutual friends), people I like (who I added as friends but who didn't do the same), people who like me (opposite scenario).
- On profile page, only mutual friends appear.
Maybe the term "friends" isn't correct, since the primary function of it is to have "contacts".
@kneekoo I agree with you to a degree, I suppose it is on what side of the fence you fall on. Facebook the friendships are mutual, and in Twitter they are not, as you can follow someone without them following you in return. Personally I have no real grievance with either, although I must admit it would probably be more convenient if a friendship was a two-way link. There is no need of an intermediate step of "acceptance" a la Facebook as there are no information restrictions.
I agree with Justin's suggestions. In addition to that, here are a few thoughts. Friendships are mutual by definition. Whenever people want to deny or break a friendship, that should reflect on both the users' profiles. If a user didn't accept the other, he shouldn't be listed there. If a user wants to break the friendship, that user should "disappear" from the other profile.
Good points. Will be done.
I agree with all of it.